This week Rucka Rucka Ali returns to confront David Kirsh! Then we discuss whether or not the War on Drugs is nonsense. Look up The Rational Animals Podcast on iTunes and subscribe!
This week we discuss the conviction of British Imam Anjem Choudary, the PC Police response to Ellen Degeneres, Amy Schumer's response to Kurt Metzger, the Justice Department ending the use of private prisons, and much more! Look up The Rational Animals on iTunes!
This week the Rational Animals expose the hypocrisy of Bernie Sanders, and discuss how refusing to judge others is nonsense. Look up The Rational Animals Podcast on iTunes!
This week the Rational Animals discuss CopperCab's transition into Claire Cab, Ollie the 3D printed autonomous electric bus, and DePaul University banning Ben Shapiro.
This week The Rational Animals expose the myth that 97% of scientists believe that greenhouse gas emissions are leading to global catastrophe, and discuss the concept of natural resources. Look up The Rational Animals Podcast on iTunes and the Podcast app!
This week we begin by discussing Pokemon Go.
Is Islam a “religion of peace”? On this episode of The Rational Animals Podcast, we are joined by former Muslim Ilan Newaz to discuss whether or not Islam is a religion of peace, as the religion’s defenders and apologists often claim. Islam is virtually absent from American culture, and as a result, Americans are generally unfamiliar with the Quran, Mohammad, and the history of the religion. Ilan grew up in a Muslim household going to mosque every week, has read and studied the Quran in Arabic, and has become a harsh critic of Islam since leaving the religion years ago.
This week the Rational Animals discuss how political comedians and talking heads are not intellectuals. Kirk notes a clear contradiction in Bill Maher's thinking, while Dave examines Stephen Crowder and Ben Shapiro. What's the difference between an intellectual and an entertainer, and why do people prefer to watch comedians and talking heads? Look up The Rational Animals Podcast on iTunes!
On this week's edition of The Good, The Bad, and The Ridiculous, we discuss the Nobel Laureate's letter to Greenpeace, the police shootings in Baton Rouge and Falcon Heights, the opening of the Noah's Ark theme park in Kentucky, revisionist history, and the Juno mission to Jupiter. Subscribe on iTunes!
This week we discuss why hidden fees are a method of deception, and why Islamophobia is nonsense. Look up The Rational Animals podcast on iTunes and subscribe!